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Gluten Free Onion Burger Buns:
Using Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Pizza Crust Mix:
In a Kitchenaid Bowl add:
1 ½ Cups Water - 110*
The Package of Yeast
½ tsp. Sugar
Use a wire whisk to combine
Let sit for 5 minutes
Put the Paddle on the Kitchenaid Mixer and Add:
2 Eggs - Room temperature
2 Tbl Canola Oil or Oil of your choice
1 Package (16 oz) of Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Pizza Crust Mix
Mix for a few seconds and scrape down the bowl
Mix for 1 minute on Medium Speed
I used 8 English Muffin Rings to help shape my Burger Buns
Place the Rings on a Cookie sheet that has a Silpat Baking Mat
Spray each Ring with Cooking Spray
Use an Ice Cream Scoop to help measure out the dough. I used 1 ½ Ice Cream Scoops PER Ring.
If the dough sticks to the ice cream scoop spray it with some cooking spray.
If you do not have English Muffin Rings you can make your own rings out of Tin Foil:
Link to my Video on how to make your own Rings:
Using wet fingers ~ spread out the dough evenly.
Take 1 Egg white and whisk with a fork. Lightly Brush each Bun with the Egg White.
Then top each Bun with some Dried Onions
Take some Dried Onions and Soak for a few minutes in warm water to help moisten them.
Place some Onions on each Bun,,, pressing into the dough.
(You can also add Sesame Seed or Poppy Seeds)
Let rise in a warm place covered with Plastic wrap that has been sprayed with cooking spray for 30 Minutes
Bake in a Pre-Heated Oven ~ 375*
25-32 Minutes or until done.
I used a digital thermometer. When the internal temperature reached 208* the Buns are done.
Remove the Buns from the Rings and cool on a wire rack.
These buns freeze wonderfully.
Optional: I split the Bun..spread it with some melted/soft Butter and browned in a skillet.
You can also served these Buns at Room Temperature with Cold Cuts and Cheese of your choice.
Bob's Red Mill Flours: http://www.bobsredmill.com/
Silpat Baking Mat: Silpat: The Original Non-Stick Mat http://silpat.com/
Acu Rite Digital Thermometer
I used a digital thermometer to check the bread for when its done. Bake until 208*-210* in the center of the bread.
Its also great to check the temperature of the milk and water before adding yeast. Its a helpful gadget. My Digital Thermometer is by Acu Rite.
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